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The much-hyped product impressed two carnivores in a taste test. Find it at five county restaurants.
The coffee house decorated with news memorabilia also sells sandwiches, gelato, wine and beer.
This bustling diner has been filling hungry bellies since 1953 — and it’s still going strong.
Here is a list of our favorite places to dine out in Snohomish County this year.
Denis Zimmermann, who grew up in Japan, switched careers to open his own restaurant in Langley.
The Diamond Knot Brewery & Alehouse on front street serves up delicious — and giant — Knot tots.
Shi Qu Restaurant, a new place on Highway 99, serves authentically fiery Sichuan cuisine.
The restaurant with locations in Mill Creek and Edmonds has a surprisingly varied menu.
You won’t find fancy frills at Nuevo Amanecer Pupuseria, but the pupusas are delicious.
Basil on Everett Mall Way is run by the son of longtime Vietnamese-American restaurateurs.
The Amarillo Restaurant Tavern, an Omaha-area institution for 3 decades, opens on E. Main Street.
Midnight Cookie Co. cashes in on the convenience craze through delivery apps.
The Indian restaurant has been open about 15 months, over which time it’s built a loyal following.
The crust is good, too, at the newly opened Everett restaurant, which also serves sandwiches.
The award-winning Bagel Factory plans to open shops in Bothell, Mukileo and Edmonds
Sage & Cinder on Fifth Street hopes to draw diners, including non-vegan ones, from Snohomish County.
The south Everett restaurant is named for an ancient Korean meal served on an octogonal platter.
This place’s curries are so delicious, you might be at a loss for words.
The handsome new restaurant’s fare is beautifully presented — but on the pricey side.
Gretchen’s Place offers hot and cold sandwiches at prices that won’t break the bank.